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Estrategia Nacional de Gobierno Electrónico Perú 2013-2017

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 21st 2011 - No Comments

La Estrategia Nacional enmarca las políticas de Gobierno Electrónico que centran el marco referencial para el Plan Estratégico Nacional de Gobierno Electrónico, el cual está alineado con las Políticas de Modernización del Estado, el Plan Bicentenario y el Plan de Desarrollo de la Sociedad de la Información en el Perú (Agenda...

Facebook Bug Revealed Mark Zuckerberg’s Private Photos

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 21st 2011 - No Comments

A bug in Facebook’s code briefly gave users access to other users’ Facebook photos — including those of Mark Zuckerberg — without permission Tuesday. Members of a body building forum first spotted the bug, which appeared in a new feature that allowed people to report multiple instances of inappropriate content simultaneously....

Google+ Gets Face Recognition, Deeper Gmail Integration

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 21st 2011 - No Comments

Google is on fire today: besides introducing the new activities recommendation engine Schemer, and the news aggregator Currents, the company also improved Google+with several nifty features, including face detection. The new feature is called Find my Face, and it helps tag photos of people in pictures, provided they’ve activated the...

4 Ways the New Twitter Is Taking on Facebook

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Twitter’s native video- and photo-sharing features may have hinted at its desire to go after Facebook, but the redesign it launched on Thursdaystated them loud and clear. Twitter now looks a lot more like the world’s largest social network, with features that focus on social interaction and brand pages. Twitter once differentiated...

Twitter Unleashes Embeddable Tweets

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Along with Twitter’s redesign announcement Thursday, the service has rolled out a new way to let website developers and bloggers embed tweets that give visitors the ability to reply, retweet and favorite without leaving the page. Twitter users now can place embeddable tweets on their websites by simply using one line of code. A single-click...

Facebook’s Secret to High Emotional Engagement? Faces [STUDY]

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 18th 2011 - No Comments

If you’re trying to understand why Facebookelicits such an emotional response, look no further than the name. A study commissioned by Facebook examined how consumers’ brains responded to the site as well as to Yahoo’s and The New York Times‘s homepages. NeuroFocus, the Berkeley, Calif., firm that executed the study, found that...